6.08.2010

The spin pin....review

I found these at Target yesterday and I already love them!!! I wear my hair put up with bobby pins a lot because I'm pretty lazy when it comes to fixing my hair. These are SO MUCH EASIER than bobby pins.

The package comes with two spin pins, I saw them in blond and brunette and I got the blond shown above. You pull your hair back to the nape of your neck and twist it into a bun. Then take one spin pin and spin it into the bun clock-wise. Take the other pin and spin it in from the opposite side of the bun. Voila! That easy!

I have no idea how it works or why it holds your hair in... but it does and I love them! You can also do a low bun or a side bun to change it up a bit.

9 comments:

  1. I've been wanting to check these out! I'll have to look for them next time I'm at target!

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  2. Eeek! Very exciting and thank you for the review!

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  3. I want to get those too! I saw the commercial and thought they were great....glad they work!

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  4. Thank you for doing a review! I am going to look for them at Walgreens today :)

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  5. Thanks for the review! As a frequent lazy bun/ ponytail wearer I definitely need to go pick these up. I saw you post about them the other days, and I'm glad to hear that they didn't disappoint. Target, here I come!

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  6. well shoot....now you made me want to zip over to tar-jay on my lunch break and look for spin pins of my own! as i was reading your blog post, i said out loud to myself in a (not-really) whiny voice "i want spin pins!" xoxoxo

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  7. hey! I'm a new follower! Can you show us a pic of them in your hair? I'd love to see what they look like in! :)

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